New Castle News


September 27, 2013

Fall Sports: A roundup of action from September 26


NEW CASTLE — Girls tennis

Lady ’Hounds fall

Wilmington dropped a 4-1 District 10, Region 1-AA road match to Hickory.

Alanna Elliott (No. 1 singles) captured the lone win for the Lady Greyhounds (7-5, 7-5).

Following are the results:

Hickory 4, Hickory 1


1. Alanna Elliott (W) def. Anna Derloni 6-0, 6-0.

2. Marissa Works (H def. Alexis Donati 6-2, 6-0.

3. Lauren McGonigle (H) def. Nikki McCown 6-3, 6-0.


1. Rachel Mettee/Nikki Marrone (H) def. Lydea Kraynak/Holly Vernon 6-3, 6-0.

2. Bailey McLaughlin/Annalise Bianco (H) def. Taylor Cox/Allyson Krupa 6-4, 6=2.


1. Lydei Zoeller/Marissa Litzenberg (W) lost 6-0.

2. Chelsea Rogel/Mackenzie Drottleff (W) lost 6-3.

3. Kaitlyn Meyer/Emily Mayes (W) won 6-4.

Lady Lancers lose

Neshannock won both doubles matches but couldn’t come through in singles action in a 3-2 Section 2-AA loss to Beaver at Pearson Park.

The match was the third annual Coaches vs. Cancer event held by Neshannock.

The doubles tandems of Gabby Giangiuli/Maria Acosta (No. 1) and Erin Warvell/Anna Warvell (No. 2) were victorious for the Lady Lancers (7-4, 7-4).

Following are the results:

Beaver 3, Neshannock 2


1. Mariah Bridges (B) def. Alex Huffman 6-2, 6-0.

2. Mattie Taylor (B) def. Cecelia Weingart 6-1, 6-2.

3. Anne Taylor (B) def. Meg Johntony 6-3, 6-3.


1. Gabby Giangiuli/Maria Acosta (N) def. Katherine Deitrick/Marissa Mamone 6-4, 6-1.

2. Erin Warvell/Anna Warvell (N) def. Kaylee Mateer/Grace Covatto 7-6, 6-3.


1. Arti-Anna Ribarevski/Anjuli Ribarevski (N) won 6-1.

2. Madison Jones/Aleesha Berkley (N) won 6-2.


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